Seditious Texiters. Conspiracy theorists. A January 6 insurrectionist.
The ex-chair of a powerful Texas House committee claims he’s found a way around an untested revolving door law.
An El Paso Democrat wants to close the “dead suspect loophole” that’s helped gut Texas’ once-distinguished open records law.
The San Antonio political pugilist explains how he'll lead the state House Democratic caucus in yet another bleak year.
State lawmakers are considering new ways to fund schools that historically have given more students a chance to succeed beyond high school.
During the hottest part of the year, up to 13 percent of deaths at Texas prisons without air conditioning were due to extreme temperatures according to a new report.
Texas’ Republican governor easily swatted away his strongest Democratic challenger yet. Now, he’s liable to do whatever the hell he pleases.
The GOP took just one of three Congressional seats ranging from Brownsville to Laredo, and short-lived incumbent Mayra Flores has been sent packing.
Citing low numbers, the Parks and Wildlife Commission has closed most of the state’s bays to commercial harvest.
Laws banning the state from doing business with banks that are dubbed anti-fossil fuel or anti-gun will likely cost hundreds of millions in higher interest rates.